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August 10, 2016

Johns Hopkins APL Begins Construction on New Warehouse Facility

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has started construction of a new warehouse facility on its main campus in Laurel, Maryland.

The 27,000-square-foot building — set for completion in May 2017 — will be used primarily for long-term storage. Lewis Contractors of Owings Mills, Maryland, is the lead contractor on the $7.5-million project, which also includes demolition of older buildings and relocation of utilities.

Media contact: Michael Buckley, 240-228-7536, michael.buckley@jhuapl.edu

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